Now it starts to make sense...a series of findings from new @ppppolls cited now on @maddow— Timothy McBride (@mcbridetd) December 9, 2016
In a series of tweets...
3. Unemployment fell in half under Obama, but yet 67% of Trump voters think unemployment went [email protected] @maddow pic.twitter.com/oFrW7fCh5o— Timothy McBride (@mcbridetd) December 9, 2016
4. Incredibly, 40% of Trump voters think Trump won popular vote (though of course Clinton did)@ppppolls @maddow pic.twitter.com/U3Jc3htL3G— Timothy McBride (@mcbridetd) December 9, 2016
5. 50% of all voters approved of Obama, yet only FIVE PERCENT of Trump voters approve of @POTUS @ppppolls @maddow pic.twitter.com/0td3cV6NHH— Timothy McBride (@mcbridetd) December 9, 2016
If you visit the Maddow Blog you will also find these fun facts:6. Most incredibly (maybe) 29% of Trump voters don't think California's vote should be included in popular [email protected] @maddow pic.twitter.com/uBjmsuRTMO— Timothy McBride (@mcbridetd) December 9, 2016
Voter Fraud: Even Trump’s lawyers concede there was no voter fraud in the presidential election, but PPP found that 60% of Trump voters apparently believe “millions” of illegal ballots were cast for Clinton in 2016 – which isn’t even close to resembling reality. (A slight correction here. While the vast majority of people do not think there was voter fraud, there is a growing number of us who suspect election fraud.)
Soros Conspiracy Theory: A whopping 73% of Trump voters believe George Soros is paying anti-Trump protesters – though in reality, George Soros is not paying anti-Trump protesters.
All of this data was based on a PPP poll that Rachel shared last night.
Which of course means it is made up of those facts and figures that Trump supporters find so confusing and mistrust completely.
And that is part of the problem, because as Rachel pointed out in her show last night it is ONLY Trump supporters who misunderstood the facts this completely.
Even third party voters, or those who did not vote at all, had a better grasp of the facts.
But Trump supporters are in almost a completely fact free bubble which makes it virtually impossible for their minds to be changed, and also seems to make them highly suggestible to anything that Trump says, tweets, or has a surrogate say on his behalf.
In other words for them the only truth is the "Trump truth."
And you thought you were frightened of these people before.